Our five favourite mi­cro gps units

Small enough to fit into your pocket

Today's Golfer (UK) - - Best Golf Tech -

Sky­cad­die SR1 £129.95 www.sky­golf.com

The SR1 is laden with tech, but Sky­cad­die say it’s the light­est and most com­pact mi­cro on the mar­ket. You get green dis­tances, lay-up tar­gets, shot dis­tance mea­sure­ment, dig­i­tal scor­ing and hole stats.

Golf Buddy CT2 £129.95 www.gps­golf­buddy.eu

It can be clipped to al­most any­thing. You get all the usual dis­tances plus lay-up and haz­ard yardages, an odome­ter and a clock. The CT2 comes with a lan­yard so it can be se­cured to the towel ring on a golf bag, too.

Bush­nell Neo Ghost £99 www.bush­nell­golf.com

GPSS don’t come much more straight­for­ward than this. Dis­tances are shown to the back, cen­tre and front of each green and up to four haz­ards per hole. Bush­nell says you can play three rounds be­fore recharg­ing it.

Golf Buddy Voice 2 £114.95 www.gps­golf­buddy.eu

Walk any­where on the hole and push the Voice’s but­ton to find out how far you have to the front, cen­tre or back of a green. It can even be clipped on to a cap or worn with a wrist­band (sold sep­a­rately) as a watch.

Garmin Ap­proach G10 £129.99 www.garmin.com

Dis­tances are lim­ited to front, back and mid­dle, along with haz­ards, but there is a view to show the shape of the green and you can man­u­ally po­si­tion the pin. An odome­ter tracks how far you’ve walked.

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